Winter is a perfect time to plan an adventure in Simi Valley. Daily high temperatures during the winter months are in the mid-60s, with nightly lows around 50°F, so you can comfortably plan outdoor activities throughout the season. In case you experience any of the 15 days of rain typically occurring during the winter, there are plenty of indoor activities to explore as well.
Check out this list of the top activities you can do in Simi Valley this winter.
Southern California has always been welcoming to people who love the great outdoors, and Simi Valley is no different. You can get up to all sorts of outdoor activities all year round, from hiking the multiple trails in Santa Susana Pass Historic Park, Hummingbird Creek Trail, and Rocky Peak Park. Take it easy or test your mountain biking skills on trails for bikers of all levels—from green to double black diamond.
Explore the history of Simi Valley with a visit to Strathearn Historical Park and Museum, where a collection of buildings from the early years of the city have been relocated for preservation and exploration.
If you’re visiting on one of the rare rainy days in Simi Valley, there’s still alot of fun activities to explore! At the Santa Susana Depot Museum and Model Railroad, you can take a step back in time to see what train travel in Simi Valley was like in the 1930s.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum has numerous exhibits to explore, including replicas of the Reagan Oval Office and the actual airliner that served as Air Force One from 1973-2001.
If you’re looking for a funkier museum, Simi Valley is home to the Skateboarding Hall of Fame and Museum. The ultimate collection of artifacts from the early days of skateboarding, it’s also home to an indoor skatepark, ready for you to shred—you can even rent a board!
Looking for different kinds of skating? Iceoplex Simi Valley lets you take to the ice for public skating, stick time for hockey players, and you can even learn to curl.
With 9 screens, custom lounge chairs and recliners, in-seat service of their full menu, Studio Movie Grill is the perfect place for dinner and a movie, and a classic rainy day option.
While we’re talking about food, don’t miss the Simi Valley Coffee & Breakfast Trail. It’s free to join, and you can discover the best coffee and breakfast spots in town. Plus, checking in gives you chances to win prizes!
Whether you want to be outside all year or you’re in an indoor state of mind, Simi Valley is packed with fun you can have all year round.
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